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Breathable fabric allows the passage of air and / or moisture between layers.
2. Combed Cotton
The yarn is combed at the spinning stage in order to draw out dead fibres.
3. Cuffed Sleeves
A fold or band at the bottom of a sleeve.
4. Double-Folded Seams
The seam edge is folded twice which seals and strengthens it better than a single fold.
A style of the /shoulder on a garment cut so that the seam is positioned on the upper arm.
To minimise creases and iron passes, a special finish is applied to the fabric.
7. Fitted Cut
A shaped fit both sleek and slim, designed to be comfortable under a jacket or overcoat.
8. Re-Active Dyed
A dye that reacts with the textile fiber to produce vivid and stable colouring.
An opening or slit in a garment, covering fastenings or for access to a pocket, or the flap of fabric under such an opening,
10. Taped-Back Neck
A special fabric tape is attached to the neck giving a smooth and comfortable spongy look.
11. Taped Side-Vents
Side slits are created to add flexibility to a garment’s fit.
12. Twin-Needle Stitching
A single thread is run through two needles for a more secure stitch.
13. Ribbed Sleeve
A reinforced band at the bottom of a sleeve.